Dude, the hell are you thinkin

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Dude, the hell are you thinkin

Author Comments

Drawn during a D&D meet.

Jokingly said: "Yeah, this should be our next boss!"

Rest of the group: ".___.;;;;;"

lulz were had.


This is why I don't play DND

I hate concepts of Evil dragons and if you do play DND, you are automatically a worthless nerd, no matter who you are... even if you are a famous person or celebrity.

Great Work

Fantastic work, really impressive job on size and shadings

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ShadowElite951 responds:


My group would hurt me if I suggested this.

The drawing is mean looking, and ferocious. I think a well suited boss for any game for that matter.

But my one suggestion is the booty is too little, maybe you could have shaped it out a little more before you started on the tail. Plus the size of the head may be a little better scaled down a few sizes, or the body scaled up.

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ShadowElite951 responds:

It's a few of the greatest habits I'm trying to combat with at the moment: huge heads and PERSPECTIVE TO THE EXTREEEEEMMMEEEEE. No matter what I draw massive heads. Unless its digital work where I realize it and just transform it. xD I know what you mean. Love the head but everything about the rest of the body is wrong. Too small, legs are messed up, less detail. Typically I put a mass amount of effort in the head and half-ass the rest because once I put the image down or away I'll never get back to it. *also so it fits the paper*

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4.48 / 5.00

Dec 19, 2010 | 2:56 AM EST
File Info
1200 x 867 px
356 kb

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